Radio Norfolk’s Chris Goreham is taking over the matchday programme for Saturday’s clash with Queens Park Rangers!
The voice of Norwich City is guest-editing the special issue, featuring exclusive interviews with Daniel Farke and his old commentary partner Neil Adams.
The programme is a one-off £4 for the game, with £1 of every sale going to Community Sports Foundation as part of Saturday’s Community Match Day activities.
Ian Thornton, CSF Chief Executive Officer, says: “Chris has been a great supporter of the Foundation’s work over the years; we loved having him on the Coastal Walk Challenge in 2018 and his enthusiasm in getting behind the Inter Forever match last season had a big impact.
“This week’s OTBC has a host of content about our work in the community and we’re grateful for the £1 donation to the Foundation for every programme sold as part of the Community Day celebrations."
Chris Goreham also answers Norwich fans’ questions, looks back at his epic Coastal Walk, picks his Norwich City XI chosen from his co-commentators and writes about cover star and Mr Norwich City, Dave Stringer.
The legendary career of Stringer is also celebrated in Portrait of an Icon, as we continue our series profiling the 23 icons who have played over 300 times for the Canaries.
“Having read and enjoyed so many other people’s hard work in Norwich City programmes over the past 30 years it’s about time I did my bit,” says Chris. “It’s a great honour to be involved on a day when the important and impressive work of the Community Sports Foundation is being recognised.
“It was also a joy to get the chance to sit down and have a proper chat with Daniel Farke about everything from his favourite music to his promising career as a tennis player. It was also a timely test for my spelling, which doesn’t matter as much on the radio as it does in print.”
OTBC was voted Overall Winner for the EFL Championship at the Midlands Programme Club awards 2018-19.
Programmes can be bought from the Shop and the Ticket Office, as well as the usual matchday vendors. Three vendors take contactless payment. These can be found outside the Queen of Iceni on Riverside, outside the Gunn Club entrance, and on the corner of King Street and Carrow Road. Programmes are also available to buy in the 1902 Bar outside the South Stand.